Concerns over the coronavirus are affecting every industry - including TV and film.

Production for 'The Falcon and the Soldier', the new Marvel series for Disney+, has been put on hold.

The show was filming in Prague, where the government recently closed schools and placed other restrictions on events and travel.

The Marvel series had been shooting for months in Atlanta. The shoot in Prague was due to be a short one, over a week from last Friday.

Yesterday, the studio shut down the production and sent everyone home to Atlanta.

It's unlikely the show will return to Prague. But there's no official confirmation yet, according to Deadline.

It's the second time the series has been interrupted by real events. Previously, plans to shoot in Puerto Rico in January were cancelled following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake along its southern coast.

As long as the release date is unaffected, we should still get the show on Disney+ in August. A teaser trailer for the series, as well as for Marvel shows 'Loki' and 'WandaVision', was unveiled last month.

Meanwhile, movie releases have also been delayed over fears concerning the virus. 'No Time to Die' will now hit cinemas in November and 'Peter Rabbit 2' was pushed to a summer release.